Parent Education Programs
Renowned for wise, accessible parent education, Rachel leaves audiences enriched and inspired.
Enough As She Is: How to Help Girls Move Beyond Impossible Standards of Success to Live Happy, Healthy, Fulfilled Lives
Girls have never been more successful, yet they’ve also never struggled more with anxiety, stress and depression. In this talk, Rachel translates the toxic messages about achievement that girls have internalized, and teaches parents the tools to help girls practice self-compassion, redefine success, pursue purpose, and—most importantly—let them know they are enough as they are.
Odd Girl Out: Best Friends, Worst Enemies, and Everything in Between
When your daughter is a social target, it’s one of the most anguishing experiences a parent can have. In this talk, learn how and when to get involved when your daughter is struggling. An intimate observer of girls’ social lives, Rachel provides parents with scripts and strategies to support girls through their most painful moments.
BFF 2.0: Girls’ Love-Hate Relationship With Social Media & How to Parent Through It
Why do girls say they don’t exist if they’re not online, yet at the same time feel they have no choice? In this talk, Rachel provides practical strategies for parents to have productive conversations with their daughters about social media, guidelines to determine when she’s ready for a phone, and suggestions for limit setting on use.
Five Skills Every Confident Girl Needs
Confidence doesn’t just happen in girls. It is built. In this workshop, you’ll learn the five most important skills girls need to to be brave, resilient, and self-assured—and break the Curse of the Good Girl.
Be You: A Parent-Daughter Workshop
In this interactive workshop for girls and parents, Rachel uses guided questions to open up new conversations between parents and their girls (ages 8 – 14). Participants come away with a new language to talk about toxic friends and being true to oneself. Girls practice communicating assertively and learn problem-solving tools with their parents that they can take with them to school the next day.